I’m back! Sorta… It’s been more than a year since my last post and I can tell you, a lot has changed since I last wrote something on here. Given everything else that was going on in my life, the blog definitely felt less of a priority. Well for one, I officially completed my Masters in Geography at Ankara University, although I still don’t have a certificate to prove it yet. I really hope that the administration of the university will come through soon with that. I handed in my Master’s thesis at the end of July and successfully defended it in the beginning of August. A week later, I was flying back home, to get married! Continue reading Hello world, yet again!
I’ve been nominated for a couple of awards, Liebster, One Lovely and most recently The Versatile Blogger Awards by The Cake Architect, An Armchair Perfectionist, Travel Morgan and A Restless Traveler. I’m bending the rules a bit so I’m gonna reply to 10 questions that was asked to me and then write 10 facts about myself (that was freaking hard!). Rather that than have you read a whole essay about myself.
I’m quite honoured that you guys thought me worth of them 😉
Questions combo for the Liebster Award:
1) Tea or Coffee?
That’s a hard question. A year ago, it would have been coffee without any hesitation but now I’ve kinda mellowed to the idea of tea. Breakfast is usually accompanied with a cup of Earl Grey and I’ve also got a few jars of green, mint and sage. Although I cannot go too long without a coffee fix. Continue reading A couple of awards 😉
Sitting in your favourite spot in Starbucks – by the window in the comfy armchairs – you watch the passers-by as they carrying on with the lives, braving the streets of Ankara and a drizzle or two sometimes. It feels as if time has stopped, if only just for a while. No need to worry about your Turkish language course, or your English language lessons or even about the spots you’ve been trying to get rid of for a while. No need to think about anything else other than your dark roasted Sumatran blend in your hands and possibly one of the goodies you bought yourself as accompaniment. Despite being the one in the shop window, for once you’re not the one on display. Continue reading Turning the page.